March 15, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Edsell Claims Third State Medal

Ends Career With 156-19 Record; Four Rams Fall Short of Medals

No one goes to the PIAA wrestling champions with the idea of finishing fourth. More...

North Section Grapplers Place

Higley Becomes Sullivan County’s First Medalist

Five North Section wrestlers joined Wyalusing Valley’s Creighton Edsell as medal recipients at the PIAA Class AA tournament in Hershey on Saturday.  Troy’s Sheldon Seymour led the area contingent with a fourth-place medal at 106 poun More...

Local Running Season Hits Stride

The local running season stirs to life over the next couple weekends.  At Waverly, on Saturday, March 17, the annual Carantouan Clover Leaf 5K, an untimed run, will begin at 10 a.m.  The following Saturday, March 24, the Abuse and Rape Cris More...

Five Mile Point Honors Champs

Five Mile Point Speedway held its annual awards dinner at the Claude Garrison Memorial American Legion Post 1645 in Binghamton on March 10.  Kevin Bates collected $4,000 for his Modified track championship at the Kirkwood, NY, facility.  Ni More...

Gibson Twp. Poachers Plead Guilty

A search warrant executed by Pennsylvania State Game Wardens on Jan. 25 at a residence along Berg Hill Road, Gibson Township, Susquehanna County, revealed evidence of deer that were killed by persons hunting at night and using bait.  More...

Tunkhannock Swimmers Head to States

Six Tunkhannock boys will compete for PIAA swimming medals at the Class AA state championship meet at Bucknell University’s Kinney Natorium on March 16-16.  Alex Bushre, who will compete in two individual races—50 freestyle and 100 f More...

Teasdale Led List Of Title Defenders

Eight returning state champions were in the Class AA field for the PIAA wrestling championships last week. More...

PIAA Wrestling Results

Results from the PIAA wrestling tournament in Hershey’s Giant Center on March 8- 10.   More...

Schum Competes at PIAA Championships

Wyalusing Valley’s Darren Schum opened the PIAA championships at Hershey’s Giant Center on March 8 against Carlynton’s Ed Huehn, losing 2-0 at 113 pounds. More...

College Roundup

Katie Epler, a Wyalusing Valley graduate and member of the Marywood softball team, opened the season in a big way, going 6-for-8 with two RBIs in a doubleheader sweep of Gallaudet, 8-0 and 11-3, at Titusville, FL, on March 12.  ***  More...

Sports Correction

Jon Morrison had 22 points and Kasar Cameron finished with four points in Wyalusing Valley’s District Four Class AA consolation game loss to North Penn-Mansfield on March 1. Morrison concluded his career with 1,160 points.   More...

Sports Briefs

Turnout Good for Spring Sports   More...

Youth Bowlers Shine in Tourneys

Several youth bowlers from the Wyalusing area won their age-groups at two Pennsylvania State USBC Youth District Five tournaments at Faxon Lanes, Lycoming County.  Both the Pepsi Youth Championships and the Handicap Scholarship Singles were cont More...

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